Attend Local Festivals

Sequim Celebrations

We love to celebrate in Sequim and we put on some of the best festivals and community events around. Join us as we celebrate irrigation water, that sweet smelling purple plant and lots of things in between.

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New - Sequim Sunshine Festival

Help us celebrate the end of winter and the coming of the spring and summer seasons with a weekend full of events for the entire family March 6 & 7, 2020 at the new Sequim Sunshine Festival. Take part in the Rolling Sunshine bicycle event, the Sun Fun Color Run, the Interactive Light Experience, Sound Community Bank Beach Party Dinner and Dance and the amazing Illuminated Drone Show.  

Sequim Irrigation Festival

Where Water is Wealth. The Sequim Irrigation Festival is the longest running festival in the state of Washington. 2020 marks the events 125th year. Always the first full week in May, join us May 1 - 10, 2020 for parades, street fairs, logging shows and more!

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Sequim Lavender Weekend

Sequim is known for its fragrant, purple fields of lavender and for hosting the premier lavender event in North America. Join us for our 24th Sequim Lavender Weekend July 17 - 19, 2020. You’ll enjoy the Lavender Festival Street Fair, the world famous farm festivals and events, and a host of community events for everyone to enjoy. Get all the details.

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Olympic Peninsula Birdfest

The Olympic Peninsula Audubon Society hosts events throughout the year so be sure to check out their website.

April 16 - 20, 2020 Olympic Peninsula Birdfest Events include guided birding trips; boat tours; and a gala banquet. A must attend for all bird lovers.

More Community Events and Celebrations!

  • Northwest Colonial Festival - Mid-August
  • Air Affaire - last weekend in August
  • Riverfest - September
  • Music in the Park - Tuesday evenings throughout the summer.
  • Sequim Farmer’s Market - Saturdays Mid-May through October
  • Hometown Holidays- Thanksgiving weekend through December
  • First Friday Art Walk - Monthly throughout the year.